Perspectives of Human Development: Time, Space, and Chrononutrition

@inproceedings{Wilson2012PerspectivesOH,
  title={Perspectives of Human Development: Time, Space, and Chrononutrition},
  author={Douglas Wilson and Aps. Hungin and Kerryn Eva Griffiths and Rashna Batliwala Singh and Favien De Meester and Salvador S{\'a}nchez de la Pe{\~n}a and J{\'a}n Feda{\vc}ko and Agnieszka Wilczyńska},
  year={2012}
}
This chapter attempts to step backward in time and space, to consider evolution in the context of chronobiology and chronomics and to then focus on how this science, pioneered by Professor Halberg and his team at the University of Minnesota, can bring improved health benefits to mankind. Although being mindful of this old yet formally modern science, care is taken to include many practical considerations that have a tendency to be sometimes undervalued in 

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